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Thanks for the reply Fernando, I will update as you suggested.For advanced users: You will need to switch Boot Mode to Legacy to boot DOS, run EC.BAT, then switch back to UEFI after you have flashed the EC.Links: Special version download Default version download NOTE: If you have updated to the special version and experience issues with Intel Rapid Storage Technology, please update BIOS to version 55 or later.BIOS 55 may not also include the update to the EC which controls the fan, so updating to this BIOS without first updating from the first link above is unlikely to change fan operation.As a consequence I will put an additional remark regarding this kind of Award/Phoenix BIOSes and a link to the detailed guide into the chapter A of if (/t[0-9]*f[0-9]*-(.*).html#msg(.*)/.test(window.location)) $('#foptions_link').click( function() ); $('#foptions_link2').click( function() ); $('#messagewrap').click(function() ); $('.goto_top').click(function(event) ); $('.goto_top').hover(function(), function()); function fix Post Images(){ //adjust max image size padding = 100; optswidth = $('#searchopts').width(); max_img_size = $('.


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